Since artist Nate Hill is now working with furry costumes and not cadavers, we’ve been on the lookout for new found animal-based art. Ending our hunt, C-Monster shares a studio visit with Lishan Chang, a Taiwanese artist practicing taxidermy on “squirrels, raccoons, hawks, geese and cats,” among other dead creatures harvested off local streets. Sometime in the future, Chang plans to open an installation of his menagerie including documentation and maps of the remains he gathered, but in the meantime check out some of the already prepared wildlife.

Photos by C-Monster